Chasing the well lived life...
AWWWWW he is TOO cute and how fun for all of y'all to have been there!!!Hope you have a great weekend.♥
Oh those eyes! How do you keep from just eating him up!! I can't wait for grandmotherhood!! I'm going to be on the lookout for Little Man when I'm in Rke in October. That's when my sisters and I meet for our annual fall frolic. Have you visited the city market when there? I have an interesting story to share about that area--later.Best,Bonnie
The haircut turned out great! So fun that it became a family affair!
That is so sweet that you were able to be there for his first haircut. He is so precious with those big eyes and that same red hair my granddaughter has. I know you miss him dearly when he is not around.
You beat me to the post! This was great - so glad you could be there with us. And that we had a lunch treat afterwards. Thank you again for that. Love you! Little Man loves you, too.
Oh my! So much cute in one little face!!
Tana, he's already a heartbreaker! Glad you were able to experience it all together. Very memorable.
And you got it all on "film". Thanks for sharing this really special moment with us.Little Man has such beautiful hair.It must have been a hard decision to cut it. And those eyes are phenomenal!
Wow...little man is not so little anymore. You know those eyes will no doubt break a few hearts!
so precious...and you all got to be a part of it...my little guy is due any day now...
So precious. A special moment to hide in your heart.Dottie
Awww, I love it! I've been anxiously awaiting these pictures! What a special treat for Kathy and the whole family! He looks great!
Oh how cute....I'm so glad you got to see that first haircut! He did great!Have fun Noni!
How precious. Am I a mom or what? First haircuts stories make me cry now, who knew?
This will be a great memory for your daughter. I have photos of my father giving my eldest son his first hair cut and they are adorable. Dad took our second son to a military barber when he was 2 and ha him cut military style. It was awful. My husband wouldn't speak to my father who protested that his second grandson said he "wanted it". Those were the days.
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